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Jul 17, 2011 7:00pm EDT
in many places. how long will it last? we'll check in with meteorologist jacqui jeras next. goodnight, outdated. goodnight old luxury and all of your wares. goodnight bygones everywhere. [ engine turns over ] good morning, illumination. good morning, innovation. good morning unequaled inspiration. [ male announcer ] the audi a8, chosen by car & driver as the best luxury sedan in a recent comparison test. a complete four-course seafood feast for $15. start with soup, then have salad and biscuits followed by 1 of 7 delicious entrees and finish with something sweet. all for just $15. ending soon, at red lobster. sure, but let me get a little information first. for broccoli, say one. for toys, say two. toys ! the system can't process your response at this time. what ? please call back between 8 and 5 central standard time. he's in control. goodbye. even kids know it's wrong to give someone the run around. at ally bank you never have to deal with an endless automated system. you can talk to a real person 24/7. it's just the right thing to do. there are some things we know for sure. there w
Jul 10, 2011 4:00pm PDT
under heat advisories. turning to our meteorologist jacqui jeras to show us where the intense heat will be, jacqui. >> it's terrible and covers so much of country. over a dozen major metropolitan areas having heat indices that are at dangerous levels. the part of the country we're talking about stretching hundred of miles from iowa all the way down to almost the gulf coast. you start to see the bright pink area, kansas city down towards tulsa, memphis, even southern parts of illinois, those are excessive heat warnings where the heat index is feeling as much as 115 degrees at times. this is just the tip of the iceberg. this isn't just this weekend, folk. this is lasting at least into tuesday for most of you, and will last even longer than that for some folks in the central plains, like oklahoma city. your heat advisory stays into effect all the way into next saturday. unfortunately the news is not good for you folks. people are having a hard time in the heat. pictures from milwaukee, wisconsin this morning. the temperature was 85 degree. that was enough to send ten people to the hos
Jul 30, 2011 1:00pm PDT
expensive. jacqui jeras in the weather center now. i have never seen that before, a house would shift because of dryness, i know definitely because of moisture, a house can shift. that's extraordinary. >> it's the same type of effect only opposite. the ground moves, i have seen pictures from our i-reporters and things just of cracks that go all the way through their lawn because the ground is shifting because things have become so dry. and we were hoping to get a little bit of relief, a lint of rain in here for what was tropical depression don, it's basically not existent, it's hard to even find it on the satellite picture as it moves through the rio valley here. it did bring some rainfall, but not nearly as much as we were hoping. this map will show you the rainfall totals in the last 24 hours, about a half of an inch. that's all you saw on the texas coast, so unfortunately doing nothing to help the drought situation here really, maybe just add a little bit more humidity to make thing a little bit more uncomfortable for you today. here's what the exceptional drought deficit is, we're
Jul 26, 2011 5:00am EDT
replenishing supply. last year, china had 64 mi billionaires. >> let's go to jacqui jeras live from atlanta. >>> we need to worry about the flight delays. a lot of them today. our weather headline this morning, there's going to be a lot of pop-up showers and thunderstorms across much of the eastern part of the country. they'll produce some really heavy downpours. we're started out this morning with low clouds in new york city and boston. so, some delays expected there. thunderstorms expected for new orleans and atlanta. denver, boy, you have had it pretty much the last week or so with these pop-up thunderstorms in the afternoon. that will be the case again today and san francisco has had quite a few delays the last few days with that morning fog. so, as we take a look at the big picture, you can see we're expecting showers and thunderstorms, we have to be concerned that some are going to be severe. and some of that will probably happen in the northeast, too. the heat, oh, yeah, it's still out there. mostly focused on the nation's midsection as we head into the number of consecutive
Jul 5, 2011 5:00am EDT
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Jul 20, 2011 2:00am PDT
see you this morning. i'm check in with you later. let's go to jacqui jeras live in atlanta in the weather center. activity in the tropics that might be of concern to us? >> good morning. we've been watching tropical storm bret, winds about 50 miles per hour. it will stay offshore. the good news is we're not expecting this to bring showers and thunderstorms to the u.s., but we've got a lot of beach goers this time of year. this could bring in rough surf and also the threat of rip krentsz in georgia and florida. something to keep in mind over the next couple days. the heat continues to be a huge story across the nation. good news for folks across the nation's midsection. we're looking for some relief by tomorrow. however, that heat has got to go somewhere, right? watch out for folks along the eastern seaboard. we've got excessive heat warnings and watches already in place as that heat starts to make a little bit of a shift off towards the east. if you're traveling today, looking for problems in san francisco due to the wind. chicago we've got thunderstorms moving in as we speak. atl
Jul 10, 2011 5:00pm EDT
jacqui jeras. we're tracking really nasty thunderstorms now across parts of the upper midwest. you can see there are watches in effect. we have had some reports of damage here from tornadoes in parts of south dakota and north dakota. dicky la, la more and ran some counties under warnings. these storms are continuing to move due east. to put nit in perspective, heres fargo. we'll continue to track the storms. let's talk about the whole threat area in general. you can see it's going to be spreading over towards the twin cities later tonight into des moines, milwaukee and chicago may see nasty thunderstorms in the overnight hours tonight as well. hail and damaging winds will be the primary concern, but we will see a couple of tornadoes out of this. second big weather headline today is the heat. it is brutal out there. i know it's summer but it's really dangerous. we've had a couple of heat related fatalities earlier in the week. for example, in dallas. and these warnings and advisories are going to stay into effect until about tuesday when we start to see some showers and thunderstorm
Jul 3, 2011 11:00pm EDT
the grueling heat. abc's jacquie mccroskey is here with more. >> reporter: many americans were forced to do anything they can to escape the hot weather. in las vegas were temperatures hit 111 degrees cooling stations were opened to provide much-needed relief. at this festival outside chicago, 94 degrees felt like 102. some had to be treated for heat related health conditions. triple digit temperatures in southern california sent thousands of holiday revelers to the beaches. >> it is supposed to be 100 today. >> reporter: in phoenix, 118 degrees, a record high. in new mexico, the governor is urging residents to avoid using fireworks in the hot, dry conditions. >> please do not purchase, do not sell, and do not use fireworks. >> reporter: in the midwest there were fears thunderstorms, killing 111-year-old girl in wisconsin and sending 30 people to the hospital. but in the mountains a site almost never see, snow and lots of it in july, the remnants of winter. a lake tahoe the ski slopes are still open. >> it is fourth of july and still we are on skis. >> now maryland's most powerful rada
Jul 24, 2011 2:00pm PDT
chatroom. this is kind of the weird stuff that's not on radar and we think it should be. jacqui jeras and i. at least worst talking about. how's that? let's begin with something that's already become rather controversial before it's ever really come to the u.s. shores. we're talking about a baby doll which is a big hit in europe. and this baby doll is rather unique. >> it is. you can breast-feed this baby doll. it comes with a halter that you attach, you know, to your front side. and you can then bring the baby up to it. and it makes sucking sounds. >> yeah. there are a lot of folks who are not too happy about this. particularly in the state. even though it sells for $89 in europe, it's a big hit. but the big question is, should you really be trying to encourage, you know, your child at such an early age to know what it is to breast-feed a baby? >> well, i mean, if you have younger siblings, some children have seen this happen. i've seen kids mimic it with their baby dolls that they have. i think in the u.s. we're a little sensitive about some of these things. but a doll? i don't know. we
Jul 5, 2011 6:00am PDT
. >> thanks, kyra. >> you bet jacqui jeras has been watching the weather. let's talk about the conditions they are dealing with right now. you heard the lieutenant. warm waeter that is great if a group or individuals are surviving this right now. >> 85 you can survive in that. whether or not you have a flotation device on and maybe getting some waters as waters are extremely warm in this area. clusters of showers and thunderstorms south of there. this is known as the gulf of california and also the sea of cort cortez. this is very near where the boat was cap-sized and this is a very remote area so that is part of the reason why they had such a long period of time before they were able to find anybody. only about four miles between the island and the peninsula here, so people were able to swim to shore before they got some of that help. now, clear conditions expected today. very little chop in the sea so that is the great news as well. however, we do expect some moisture to pull into this area this afternoon and kick up some showers and thunderstorms. so any showers and thunderstorms that
Jul 10, 2011 6:00pm EDT
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Jul 17, 2011 4:00pm EDT
of the hottest summers that many people can remember. jacqui jeras in the weather center now. it really does feel like that. that plus the humidity, that heat index soaring. >> it is. it's brutal. a lot of people kind of comparing this to july of 1936 when a number of records were broken. we're getting close to those. we haven't beat them just yet. obviously we really don't want to. this is a terrible heat wave. you know, this is just kind of the tip of it all. we're talking about a long-lived event here that's going to stick with folks at least through the middle of the week. we have excessive heat warnings in this bright purple area with advisories in the orange. this really grips the nation's midsection. we're talking about from international fall, minnesota, all the way down to dallas, texas, where it's going to be feeling like between 100 to 115 degrees. feels like 110 right now in minneapolis. we're talking about really dangerous conditions when your body's exposed to heat for a period of time, when it's this extreme, you can get sick very easily. you need to drink a lot of
Jul 24, 2011 10:00pm PDT
look ahead at the weather and how it will impact travel. jacqui jeras joins me. a couple of regions will have flight delays. >> our weather pattern shifting, don, to the point where we'll see a big increase in the upcoming days of thunderstorms. especially across this region right here. we'll be watching the mid-atlantic, say across the central plains states in the southeast for pop-up showers and thunderstorms so it's not going to hit everybody but so you'll have a 30% chance that it's going to hit your hometown so we do expect to see delays at the airports. thunderstorms very likely in atlanta tomorrow. 80% chance so heavy delays are going to be expected here, of course, the world's busiest airport doesn't take much of a hiccup to start causing problems. washington, d.c., all your airports there as well as philadelphia and probably baltimore, looking at moderate delays so maybe 30 to 60 minutes for you and memphis and nashville expected to get those pop-up thunderstorms, too. maybe about 15 to 30 minutes for you in that area. the other story which is certainly going to affect you
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Jul 23, 2011 9:00pm EDT
separated. jacquie and her kids moved in with her sister. she wanted a divorce, he wanted to stay together. june 1st, she attended a divorce hearing. then, at 4 p.m., headed over to clay's house pick up their son maddox. clay says, they got into a fight and she stormed off his property, by foot. her family became concerned when she didn't come home that night. the next day, her car was discovered abandoned along a highway, with a flat tire. but no jacquie. >> we miss her so bad already. >> judge jeanine: her sister and family are eager for answers. so far, few clues. her disappearance has been especially agonizing for her children. >> when i woke addison up the first thing she said was i miss my mom i said i do too. >> judge jeanine: searchers comb the area. volunteers created a facebook page looking for any information, any sighting. it has been seven weeks. still no word from her. no sign of her. what happened to jacque waller? >> we will fight for you. >> judge jeanine: stan and ruby are her parents. thank you for being with us. i can't imagine what the two of you are going thr
Jul 24, 2011 6:00pm EDT
to turn now to jacqui jeras. you never know. i'm going go in my basement and attic and cleaning stuff out and taking it to the antique road show. >> don't you have something? >> i go on binges and just throw every wag. >> do you? that's good. you're not a hoarder. >> no. i have a little junk that i need to get rid of now, but anyway onto the weather. >> onto the weather. i know. hang onto your fans and air conditioning, anything you've got to help you keep cool. you know, this is just so unbelievable how long this heat has been lasting. we had a number of records yesterday. check them out. 193 record highs. 380 record high minimums, that's when the low temp is so high it's extreme. a total of 573 records that were broken or tied on saturday. they're starting to trickle in today, too, by the way, for example from pennsylvania already reaching triple digits. look at the heat index in d.c. feels like 10 # 1. a little better for you here. boston, let's focus on that. 73 in boston. that's good news. some heat relief across the northern tier of the country. tomorrow is going to try to nudge
Jul 9, 2011 9:00pm EDT
gaga, 11-year-old jacqui evanko. >> this is "piers morgan tonight." have you seen the musical in the past 30 years it was probably one of andrew lloyd webber's creations. he's won 7 tonys, 4 grammys and pretty much every other award going. and he's a lord. greatest accolade of all. lord lloyd webber. >> it trips up the very best. i thought you did brilliantly. >> you've just been to the spider-man premier. >> yeah. >> which has been the subject of unbelievable media criticism the last few months. how have they gotten themselves, do you think, into that position? >> i'm not privy to it but the producers who have been involved with it, many people who come from rock. and my guess is that the thinking behind it, it's not bad thinking this at all, my guess is is that they really are thinking of this as a long-term project for arenas, for rock places. therefore, they with perhaps looking at this as a bit of a lost leader. i think they got themselves into more of a tangle than they thought. >> how are they dealing with it? they're only used to unparallel success in the rock business. t
Jul 23, 2011 3:00pm PDT
chicago international airport. jacqui jeras, record breaking temperatures and flooding as well. what in the world is is going on? >> a lot going on out there today. you know, that's what it took to break the heat, don, was those thunderstorms come through, a cold front dropping down and changes in those temperatures. they cancelled 100 flights out of chicago o'hare. let's talk about this heat. records are breaking and starting to trickle in from noaa. atlantic city, new jersey, 105 degrees today. the temperature. not to mention the heat index. georgetown, delaware, 104. baltimore 102. philadelphia 101 had a high temperature of 100 trees. still feels like 100 right now in central park. take a look at the live picture. you can see the haze in the atmosphere, the air quality not good either as a result of that. we do have some changes on the way with this heat. we'll start to see some improvements for some of you, not everybody. we've seen it here in the upper midwest. 88 feels pretty good in minneapolis compared to where you have been. 89 in chicago. 105 in kansas city. 108 in houston, te
Jul 10, 2011 10:00pm EDT
do the heat advisories and warnings. jacqui jeras joins us from the severe weather center with more on these dangerous conditions. heat kills more people than any other disaster, anything else really. >> in the last ten years more people died from heat related illnesses than from hurricanes, flooding, lightning, all of those things combined, believe it or not. it is a silent killer and we are concerned about that in the upcoming days. there are 16 states under a heat advisory or excessive heat warn in ings. this is a heat wave that will be lasting until the middle of the week. it should wane across the central plain states but will linger in places like oklahoma, texas. be aware that this is here for the long haul. it will be feeling between 100 to 115 degrees. that's the temperature your body will feel from the combined heat and humidity. so that's dangerous. you need to take a lot of precautions here. a lot of record temperatures broken today. for example, wichita, kansas, hit 111. >> what about tomorrow morning's commute and air travel? will the heat affect that? >> probably not
Jul 6, 2011 5:00am EDT
all. >> i'll check in with you later on. let's take a look at weather in the united states. jacqui jeras is live in atlanta. what are we looking at today? >> we're looking at problems in phoenix this morning. this has been going on since last night when dust storms blew through the area. other cities that we're watching is miami, florida. the let's take a look at a live picture from miami vm. you're dry right now. there are showers and thundershowers in the vicinity. those are expected to pick up quite a bit throughout the day today. other airports of concern include atlanta and raleigh. boston d.c. could have minor delays this afternoon as well as new york city and denver and phoenix, like i mentioned, looking for more thunderstorms and wind. it's that time of the year we see the dust storms and thunderstorms across parts of the southwest. when they happen, they can really mess things up for hours. >> i always think i know a lot about stuff. then i find out a word i never know. i never heard the word habube before today. >> if you've ever been caught in one of these things, it's r
Jul 20, 2011 3:00am PDT
are we armed to deal with them? >> let's check on what's going on with the weather. jacqui jeras is in the severe weather center. >> we're watching a couple of storms and keeping our eye on the heat which has been so unbearably brutal. i want to show you, to help put it in perspective. this is from noaa. this shows you how the heat has been building since july 13th. making its way up to the north and building to the east. this is a huge dome of high pressure which has been bringing temperatures in the 90 to 100 degree plus range and there you can see the forecast by tomorrow finally bringing a little relief to parts of the upper midwest. you got to get through today first. one of the big things that's been making this heat so brutal, there's no relief at all. look at the heat index. minneapolis it feels like 88 degrees to wake you up this morning. 76 in cedar rapids. look at chicago being feels like nearly 80 trees. so this heat still fwripg the nation's mid-section with advisories here. great weather up in new york and along the east coast but the excess jeff heat watches have been po
Jul 26, 2011 6:00am EDT
shops, to drop off your mail in their absence. >> jacqui jeras in the extreme weather center for us. what a turn around one day makes. we're in triple digits and then yesterday i needed a sweat shirt. >> i know, right? it's kind of dreary in new york and all across the northeast. take a look, not a lot of rain, but the clouds going to help keep it a little cooler throughout the day today as well. we will see some more showers and thunderstorms develop this afternoon. some of those could be severe. mostly across parts of new england as well as the upper midwest. not anticipating severe across the southeast, but we're going to see a lot of heavy downpours associated with this, especially along the gulf coast. temperature wise, yeah, you're in it once again. here we go. same old sad song across the plains states. kansas city, back in the excessive heat warnings and dallas looking at so many days now, 106 yesterday, going to get close to that once again for today. feeling good in minneapolis at 84, chicago not bad either, and there you see the cooler temperatures across the northeast. s
Jul 24, 2011 1:00am EDT
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Jul 9, 2011 11:00am PDT
advisories from kansas city to shreveport, louisiana. meteorologist jacqui jeras has the forecast next. that's good, right? good job. years ago, my mother taught me. and over the years, i've taught my family. we've created so much here together. so when my doctor said that over those years my high cholesterol was contributing to plaque buildup in my arteries, i listened. and that's why i'm fighting my cholesterol with crestor. [ male announcer ] when diet and exercise alone aren't enough, adding crestor does more than lower bad cholesterol and raise the good. crestor is also proven to slow plaque buildup in arteries. crestor is not right for everyone -- like people with liver disease or women who are nursing, pregnant, or may become pregnant. simple blood tests will check for liver problems. tell your doctor about other medicines you are taking or if you have muscle pain or weakness. that could be a sign of serious side effects. ask your doctor about plaque build up. and if crestor is right for you. [ woman ] i love what we've created here together. [ male announcer ] if you can't affo
Jul 23, 2011 7:00pm PDT
sight? these kids found a way to stay cool today. jacqui jeras has a forecast in just two minutes. >>> also after a break, a very sad story. a little girl with a heart of gold unselfishly helping others a world away. we'll tell you how she ends up. >> for her birthday, she didn't want any presents. she wanted everyone to give money so that children and parents could have water. it's salonpas. this is the relief i've been looking for. salonpas has 2 powerful pain fighting ingredients that work for up to 12 hours. and my pharmacist told me it's the only otc pain patch approved for sale using the same rigorous clinical testing that's required for prescription pain medications. proven. powerful. safe. salonpas. [ bedistracted driving. ♪ [ disco ] it accounts for 25% of car crashes. and it's why the best agents help safe drivers get a lower rate. - exactly. - oh! [ announcer ] we are insurance. ♪ we are farmers bum-pa-dum, bum-bum-bum-bum ♪ >>> oh, man. now, cars nearly sub americaned on flooded roads. look at that. their drivers waist deep in high water and needing rescue. this
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